As noted here previously, founding member of FON (Friends of Neil) Patricia McCaig and her husband (Tom Walsh, former head of TriMet and likewise a long-time friend of child rapist Neil Goldschmidt) appear to have some serious ethics issues. McCaig, a former aide to former Oregon governor Barbara Roberts and a former member of the Metro regional government Council, is also connected to current Oregon governor John Kitzhaber, having run his most recent campaign and subsequently been named his top advisor for the "Columbia River Crossing" (CRC) project planned to replace the existing I-5 freeway bridges.
She's also the subject of two formal ethics complaints filed with the state of Oregon, and has now been named in allegations of misconduct in Washington state, where she's also working as a CRC consultant (page 10, here). In Oregon, she has failed to register as a lobbyist despite having spent some 220 hours on Oregon legislative issues related to the CRC project during the last quarter of 2012 alone - state law requires that anyone spending more than 24 hours so engaged in any quarter must register as a lobbyist.
The latest charges note that in violation of Washington state law, she has been conducting substantial business in the state in conjunction with her work as a subcontractor for the Vancouver-based CRC offices, yet has failed to register with the state or to pay the state Business and Occupation taxes.
The stink of Goldschmidt is strong with this one.